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My Week

Sunday, October 19, 2008

First, the great news -- I lost 5.0 lbs this week! Granted, some of that is extra TOM weight from the week before, but I'll take it! The two challenges I'm doing (Ring in 2009, and BLC III) are really helping me focus.

I haven't worked out in over a week. I've had really bad bronchitis and have had such difficulty breathing as it is, working out would probably have killed me. I'm going to try to get an easy workout in tomorrow.

I'm starting 100 Days of Weightloss today. I think I'll post some of the activities as blogs. I bought Secrets of a Former Fat Girl last week. I read some of the beginning, and it spoke to me. I can't wait to get into it, but I feel guilty about starting it before I get to 100 Days, so I'm going to hold off on reading more until I reach my next milestone (3.2 more lbs.) That should give me at least a couple week's headstart on 100 Days.

I just looked over my October goals, and so far I'm doing well. The only one I'm behind on is 1500 exercise minutes. I'm at almost 800, and would have been close to 1500 if I hadn't been on a sickness-imposed break from working out. I still have time to do this before the end of the month. That's still my goal!

Member Comments About This Blog Post:
KCCAT77 10/21/2008 10:35PM

    Don't beat yourself up for your workout minutes. Being sick sucks and so does having brochitis, try having it with asthma (not fun at all). When you are healthy, get back on that horse and rock those goals like I know you can.

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DDOORN 10/19/2008 9:21PM

    For as busy as you've been, you sure haven't wasted time around your health and working out! Woo Hoo & WTG!


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BRUIN2 10/19/2008 12:11PM

    RIGHT ON!!!

Hope you're feeling better soon! Then you can work on reaching that exercise minutes goal!

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